A pair of crocheted elf hats hanging on a door as a holiday prank.

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Traditional wreaths are good and all, but funny is better
Since in these dreary times it’s good to have a laugh, we present some funny prank holiday wreath ideas designed by StringyDingDing. While, of course, maintaining traditions is a great thing to do, sometimes it’s also good to augment be a little bit nutty. Thus, here are some funny Christmas wreath crochet patterns to inspire your amusing seasonal decorations. Consequently, you’ll be able to have a fun, amusing but still heartfelt and memorable holiday get-up. Although the “decorative” holidays are still a ways away, there’s no time like the present to get your leg-pulling muscles exercised.

There is a Witch Stuck in my Wreath!

Firstly, our initial prank holiday wreath is one for Halloween. Indeed, the witch was coming in too fast and got stuck in the door.

There is a Witch Stuck in my Wreath!

The full article about this pattern is on stringydingding.com blog:

There’s a Witch Stuck in My Wreath!

I Got My Elf Stuck! Christmas Wreath

The next prank holiday wreath is a variation on the same pattern, as well as the elf legs sticking out of the trunk of your car. Indeed, the bottom half of the elf is an almost traditional Christmas icon!

elf stuck

The full article about this pattern is on stringydingding.com blog:

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